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endolysin


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endolysins

endolysin n.

endolysin n.

Lysis of staphylococcal mastitis pathogens by bacteriophage phi11 endolysin

A novel endolysin disrupts Streptococcus suis with high efficiency

Characterization of an endolysin, LysBPS13, from a Bacillus cereus bacteriophage

Endolysin of bacteriophage BFK20: evidence of a catalytic and a cell wall binding domain

Chimeric Ply187 endolysin kills Staphylococcus aureus more effectively than the parental enzyme

Bacteriophage endolysin Lyt μ1/6: characterization of the C-terminal binding domain

Evolutionarily distinct bacteriophage endolysins featuring conserved peptidoglycan cleavage sites protect mice from MRSA infection

Characterization of a phiBP endolysin encoded by the Paenibacillus polymyxa CCM 7400 phage

Delivery of the endolysin Cpl-1 by inhalation rescues mice with fatal pneumococcal pneumonia

Rapid degradation of Streptococcus pyogenes biofilms by PlyC, a bacteriophage-encoded endolysin

The endolysin from the Enterococcus faecalis bacteriophage VD13 and conditions stimulating its lytic activity

LambdaSa2 prophage endolysin requires Cpl-7-binding domains and amidase-5 domain for antimicrobial lysis of streptococci

Analysis of outer membrane permeability of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and bactericidal activity of endolysins KZ144 and EL188 under high hydrostatic pressure

The two-component lysis system of Staphylococcus aureus bacteriophage Twort: a large TTG-start holin and an associated amidase endolysin

Lytic activity of the staphylolytic Twort phage endolysin CHAP domain is enhanced by the SH3b cell wall binding domain

Characterization of LysPBC4, a novel Bacillus cereus-specific endolysin of bacteriophage PBC4

 

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Phage‐encoded peptidoglycan‐degrading enzymes that affect some bacterial cell walls. Access to the peptidoglycan layer is made possible by one or more of the holins.

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